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7(1)Each member of a public services board must be represented at a meeting by—
(a)the individual specified in relation to that member in the following Table, or
(b)such other individual as the individual referred to in paragraph (a) designates (but an elected mayor or executive leader of a local authority may only designate another member of the authority's executive).
|Local authority||The elected mayor of the authority or the councillor elected as executive leader of the authority, and the head of the authority’s paid service designated under section 4 of the Local Government and Housing Act 1989 (c.42).|
|Local Health Board|
Whichever of the following the board designates—
the chief officer;
|Welsh fire and rescue authority|
Whichever of the following the authority designates—
the chief officer;
|The Natural Resources Body for Wales||The chief executive|
(2)“Elected mayor” and “executive leader” each have the same meaning as in Part 2 of the Local Government Act 2000 (c.22).
(3)An invited participant is to be represented at a meeting of a public services board by the individual designated by the participant.
(4)A public services board may invite any of its other partners to attend a meeting of the board (or any part of such meeting).
(5)Such other partner is to be represented at the meeting by the individual specified by the public services board in the invitation to the meeting.
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